The Forum Museum is located beneath the plaza containing the Cathedral, at Plaza de la Seo, 2.
The plaza was built atop the ruins of the Roman Forum, which was built between the 1st century BC and the 1st century AD. The Forum was the center of activity of the Roman city, a meeting place for politicians, administrators, the economic life of the city, and the religious life. Around it were taverns and stores. In the museum one can see the columns used in the forum, a lot of pottery dug up, and parts of the sewer. The museum has very good explanations about the sewers and the running water in the city, brought to the city by aqueducts. Lead pipes brought water to every house during Roman times.
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